I find this interesting as the same kind of multiculturalistic approach has been going on in the States for about the same amount of time, notably in California…
[quote]British politicians are not only having to review domestic security.
They are being forced to think again about the mix of liberal policies pursued by successive governments since the 1960s - collectively known as multi-culturalism.
Multiculturalism was designed to bring different communities together, but its critics argue it has only served to keep them apart. [/quote]
What is the saying? The road to Hell is paved with good intentions.
Read the article here news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4681615.stm
It talks mostly about Muslim immigration to G. Britain, and notes the major turning points (for the worse) in Muslim communities: S. Rushdie; 9-11; and the London bombings…
The bottom line is, you can force people to live together, but you cannot force them to live together peacefully. And this is why I personally don’t like when governments institute experimental theories on real people.
That’s what the military is for.